Here at Kids Interiors, we browse through kids’ rooms everywhere on a daily basis – whether it’s via Instagram, the Internet, Pinterest, or interior design magazines, it’s always a pleasant and fun experience. We’re also lucky to be able to select our favourites, and chat with parents from all over the world for our roomtours. Today we’re thrilled to feature our very first kid’s room from Scotland, belonging to a little four year old boy named Harrison, whose mother Adele is a criminal justice worker with an interior obsession and talent. We’ll let her take it from here!

mountain mural boys room

“When we bought our new house, the kids’ rooms were by far the ones I was most excited to decorate. Kids interiors is my absolute favourite thing and I could spend hours scrolling Instagram admiring all the amazing ideas out there.”

kids room explorer theme

“I knew straight away I wanted the concept of my little boys room to be “outdoor explorer”. I wanted it to be playful, with a touch of whimsy, and include lots of natural wood elements.”

boys room roomtour

“I had seen a few inspiration pictures on Pinterest of mountain murals and loved the modern, scandi feel it brings. I decided I wanted to do quite abstract mountains, which worked out for the best as it was really easy to do. Just a ruler, some masking tape and then I got to painting. At this point my son was only two so didn’t have much involvement in the décor but this theme perfectly matched his adventurous little personality.”

banner style cushion handmade

“We didn’t live in our house whilst it was getting renovated. Over the course of this six months I gradually bought items for his room anytime I seen something I really liked. One of the first things I bought was some rustic storage crates that I fell in love with when browsing TK Maxx. At this point the room was stripped back to the bricks, so definitely didn’t need accessories, but it meant when all the building work was done I had a little collection of items I really loved.”

bear posters for kids

“I also made some items myself such as his peg board, and I love buying from small businesses on Etsy and Instagram.”

peg board kids room

“We were on a tight budget during the renovation so brought the furniture from his old room to our new house. This was mostly from IKEA but I changed the handles to circular wooden knobs to give them a bit of an update and it tied in well with the natural wood elements in the room.”

white changing table

“I always see the kids rooms as a work in progress and they gradually get added to as they grow and develop. I think next I would love to add in a desk area to Harrison’s room and would also love to let him pick out a really fun bed.”

boho style kids storage ideas

Thank you Adele! via @hallie_and_harrisons_house


Mountain wall mural : DIY I Bed : Silver Cross UK I Chest of drawers : Ikea I Hanging mountain garland  ‘Be Kind’ pennant flag : Etsy I Wooden ‘Play’ sign/ ‘H’ print/ Black bear print/ Alphabet pennant /wall stickers : Roscoe Rules I Jute circular rug / Monochrome diamond rug : H&M I Bedding : Wilko I Brave’ cushion : House of Hooray I Animal cushion : Homesense UK I Pegboard / Embroidery hoop : DIY I Mummy & baby bear print : Squidgearoo I Teepee : Amazon I Alphabet print on shelf : The Little Jones I Wooden clothes shelf : Loullou I Raffia Basket : Pavot Blue Interiors I Magazine rack : vintage from Ebay I Felt Elephant Head : Fiona Walker England

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